Trampled Underfoot Podcast – 164 – It’s All About Style
In this episode of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast, Eloy Escagedo and Mark Lindsay open with a couple of series Eloy has been enjoying on Netflix, one of which being Cobra Kai. In this series, based on the Karate Kid movies of the 80s, the perspective is changed from that of the good guy to that of the perceived villain. In the re-imagined series, we see the villain of the movies wasn’t actually a villain at all. This brings up the topic of producers, directors, and performers taking characters we hold dear, and re-imagining them, sometimes changing genre, other times just changing the perception of those characters from a different point…
Trampled Underfoot Podcast – 123 – Upstream Conspiracy Tin Foil
We start off this Special New Year’s episode of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast with a short segment on the giving and receiving of gifts, and how different it is when you’re an adult vs. when you were a child. Recent technical issues that caused Eloy to fall victim to the 2020 gremlins lead your hosts into a discussion about the entertainment industry in general, and the cable television companies in particular. Are we witnessing the demise of cable television as we know it? The conversation morphs into a look at the theater industry, and the havoc Covid as subjected it to. We know that some theaters have closed their doors…
Trampled Underfoot Podcast – Episode 55 – Animated Philosophy
In this Loony Tunes of an episode, Mark Lindsay and Eloy Escagedo talk about all the cool cartoons we all grew up on. Do you remember those animated adventures on Saturday mornings and after school? An animated icon turns 50 years old this month. Can you guess which one? We discuss some obscure classic cartoons, and delve into the subject of how they were nothing more than 30 minute long advertisements for everything from toys to breakfast cereals. We talk about cartoon mascots, one of which is still used today, and the lesson the toy manufacturers and marketers learned to dramatically ramp up sales in the 80s. Oh – and…
Trampled Underfoot Podcast – Episode 47 – Family Lore and DNA
This week, Mark and Eloy talk about the story of people found isolated through time in the rural mountains of Spain. Does Eloy come from them? We think so. Who were they and why were they considered Jews or Moors? What did DNA testing find? Well then going to England we talk about Steve Nealon and how he found a nobleman way back in his family tree from back in the 1100s. He was married to the aunt of King Harold the first! Wow, lot’s of cool conversations. We also talk about a story Katie Dotson shared with us about Orson Welles and it’s a great one. Believe it or…
Trampled Underfoot – 026 – Canton Lindsay
Trampled Underfoot – 026 – Canton Lindsay In this episode we talk T.V. shows we grew up with! I mean the classics we all love from back in the day!. It’s a super fun episode that goes by lightning fast. Very entertaining show! Now if you look at the cover art for this episode, you’ll notice Mark Lindsay standing in front of a Chinese Restaurant. This is no mistake at all. In fact it’s a little Easter Egg from our conversation in this very show and it’s too funny! So check it out! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!
Trampled Underfoot – 014 Drive-in Theater
In this Episode: Mark Lindsay and Eloy Escagedo are accompanied by Steve Nealon of Harneal Media. We talk about: British T.V.Comedy, Carol Burnett, breaking the fourth wall, Europeans think we’re prudish, I Love Lucy, When Talkies started, At least one foot had to be on the floor, Preserving innocence, Frank Zappa vs censorship, They have the right to record, When the movie Tommy came out, Pre VCR there was no internet, There was a Drive-in Theater in Salinas California, 5 Bucks a carload, Ambassador movie theaters in Miami, A Central American Restaurant, The Holly theater Medford Oregon, Old 3D glasses, Fort Campbell Kentucky, Arcades from 80s, First generation video games…
Trampled Underfoot – 010 – Flipper from Oregon, Bonanza from Miami
In this episode: In this episode Mark Lindsay and Eloy Escagedo talk, Jimbo’s where they filmed Flipper, A continuity of culture, Television, radio, Marks Dad liked Gunsmoke, Using your imagination and much more. Oh we can’t forget our reply to Ryan Bitters and Michael Lawing for their awesome (sarcasm) decade of pens!
Trampled Underfoot – 004 – Old-Time Internet and Cuban Coffee
In this episode: Will digital media be around forever? When the 8 track comes back are you going to be ready? Think about television? The networks came along and started domination! Who watches T.V. anymore? Have you ever had Cuban Coffee?